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A tour between the landmarks and restaurants of Gemmayzeh Street in Beirut

Gemmayzeh Street, Beirut, is one of the longest historical streets in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, and one of the most important and famous tourist streets in Lebanon on its traditional character. It is therefore one of the main attractions of the Beirut Historical Tour offered by Lebanon SightSeeing. Here are the most important features of this wonderful street through the next few lines.

Gemmayzeh Street in Beirut is also classified as one of the oldest streets in it, and it was also known as Gouraud Street in relation to the French Commander, General Henri Gouraud, and it was previously full of sewing, handicrafts and barber shops, and with the passage of time cafes, restaurants and shops abounded, so that today it is one of the most famous Commercial and tourist streets visited by thousands daily.

During your wandering around Gemmayzeh Street, Beirut, you will find a large number of ancient buildings, most of which are still inhabited to this day, and which are distinguished by their wonderful character and architecture inspired by the French and Ottoman arts, many of which consist of three floors and include inside them a small square known colloquially as the home land.

There you will also find a long stone staircase known as the Gemmayzeh staircase or the first Mar Staircase that separates the roundabout regions and the aristocratic Jubail region.

Gemmayzeh Street in Beirut also includes a large number of distinctive cafes and bars that open until late at night or until the early hours of dawn, and restaurants that offer the most delicious and delicious types of popular and traditional Lebanese food, and dishes from various Arab and international cuisines. Among the best restaurants in Gemmayzeh, Beirut, we mention the Em Nazih restaurant, which is distinguished by its authentic Lebanese atmosphere and excellent services.

Gemmayzeh Street, Beirut, is distinguished by its proximity to many prominent historical and natural landmarks such as the Beirut Corniche, the Beirut National Museum, the Raouche Rock, and many other distinctive tourist places in Beirut.